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Category Archives: Immigration Facts

The Most Common Arguments Against Immigration & Why They’re Wrong

In the acclaimed book Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind by Yuval Noah Harari, human migration is credited with forging socioeconomic success since the time humans lived in hunter-gatherer societies. The book also discusses the phenomenon of modern anti-immigration rhetoric, which is pretty easy to discredit from an anthropological point of view. Arguments against immigration …Read More

Is There a Link between Immigration and Crime?

Immigration will always have socioeconomic impacts because it involves people, communities, and societies. Since immigration has been taking place since before biblical times, the body of research on this topic is extensive and has determined the long-run socioeconomic impacts are generally beneficial for the countries that send and receive migrants. Receiving nations benefit in terms …Read More

5 Things to Know About Detention Centers for Immigrant Children

One of the lowest points of the Trump administration has been unfolding since May 2018, and it’s a direct consequence of the draconian policies being enacted by the chaotic White House and executed by the United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS). Child detention centers at the southern border have received plenty of news media …Read More

Common Reasons Why People Immigrate to the U.S.

The movement of people from one geographic region to another is something that has been occurring for over thousands of years. Over the last five decades, immigration to the United States has been a hot-button political issue. To begin to understand immigration in this country, immigration lawyers in San Diego look at the underlying reasons. …Read More

What Is the Difference Between a Permanent Resident and a Citizen?

In the United States, permanent residents and naturalized citizens have similar rights in so far as being able to legally live and work in the country. There are also some similarities with regard to being able to sponsor foreign relatives for immigration purposes, but that is pretty much where the similarities end. Immigrants who hold …Read More

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